Trails in Utah

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Coyote Gulch

Sheer cliffs, red rock walls, ancient geologic sculptures and dozens of tributaries await the adventurous trekker when hiking Coyote Gulch; a 9-mile side drainage of the Escalante River set in the heart of southern Utah’s rugged canyon lands, and perhaps one of the greatest examples of this spectacular splendor. The canyon is best experienced as …

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Virgin River Trail

Southwestern utah trail

Even though the St. George area is well known for its wonderful mountain bike trails, it also has some fantastic trail options for smooth-surfaced trails. One of the original St. George multi-use trails is the Virgin River Trail that follows its namesake river as it cuts through the heart of town. The Virgin River Trail …

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Klondike Bluffs Trail

Klondike Bluffs is a relatively easy ride, for the Moab area!  It starts out on a dirt that is rather non-descript.  After fighting through a couple of sand traps, the climb goes up a draw filled with juniper pines and becomes a little more rocky and technical.  The trails in this network have also adopted …

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Porcupine Rim Trail

To put this ride down in words would do it no justice!! You must ride Porcupine Rim and see it first hand for yourself! Great climb at the beginning, breathtaking views of Castle Valley from the rim, followed by an extremely technical downhill. And then to top it off, some of the most amazing singletrack …

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Amasa Back

trail in red rocks

This is the best short ride in the Moab Area. If you are arriving in Moab late in the afternoon and want to get in a quick ride, drive to the trailhead and do thisone.  T he recommended route is to ride Amasa all the way up, going left at Jackson Junction and biking up …

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SlickrockTrail

mountain bike trail in red rocks

This is the world-famous Slickrock Trail near Moab, Utah. This 12.7 mile loop twists and rolls through Navajo sandstone to a breathtaking view over the Colorado River. The Slickrock Trail is rated high technical difficulty and high aerobic requirement. But many MANY “not-very-good” bikers ride this trail, with a few short hikes over the tough …

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